Honduras: Registration of Land Transport Drivers

Trucking companies must provide personal data on their drivers in order to register on the national database of the General Department of Revenue.

Friday, January 23, 2015

From a statement issued by the Executive Revenue Department in Honduras:

The Executive Department of Revenue Honduras in compliance with the International Terrestrial Customs Transit Regime 65-2001 established by resolution of the Council of Ministers Responsible for Economic Integration and Regional Development COMRIEDRE article 37 paragraph e.

COMMUNICATES: A subsidiary of the Customs Public Foundation in the form of Carrier Terrestrial duly authorized and domiciled in the Northwest Region, to be sent to drivers of their transport to register for the national database created for registration of drivers trucking HN code and in turn make the signature log; This activity will be developed from January 26 to February 20 from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm at the premises of the Northwest region of the Revenue Office, located in the city of San Pedro Sula, neighborhood center, first Avenue, opposite the National Railway.



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